Logan Paul And KSI Will Each Earn $900,000 Guaranteed In Rematch

Logan Paul And KSI Will Each Earn $900,000 Guaranteed In Rematch

Logan Paul And KSI Will Each Earn $900,000 Guaranteed In Rematch

KSI reignited his rivalry with Logan Paul in Los Angeles - and you can buy a repeat of the YouTube rematch on Sky Sports Box Office.

Bragging rights went to KSI on Saturday after two judges scored the fight 57-54 56-55 in his favour, with the other giving Paul a 56-55 victory at Staples Center.

KSI vs Logan Paul 2 will be shown at the start and end of the repeat on Sky Sports Box Office. Justin Bieber was also part of the American's entourage.

There were plenty of punches thrown, but not many landed in the six-round contest under the California lights. The pair first fought a year ago in Manchester but a "majority draw" was declared after six rounds.

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But this time, the two compete in a professional boxing fight, which means no headgear and smaller gloves.

Reiss made a decision to score the knockdown, but also told the judges to take two points away from Paul, who went straight back on the attack once KSI had recovered. "This time I went in, I just kept going and going", KSI told DAZN in the ring afterwards.

The two already fought earlier, and the match ended in a draw. "Fans saw how much bigger he was, his physique. I definitely made him relevant outside of the United Kingdom, because before that, I don't think if you lived outside of the United Kingdom, you knew who he was". "I'm going in there knowing I can do some serious damage, and unfortunately KSI is going to feel that", Paul said.

"I've never worked so hard, in the ring and in camp". He couldn't deal with my jabs. "He definitely helped me come out of the trench I was in, post-Tokyo", Paul noted, referring to the controversy sparked by him posting a video from Japan's "suicide forest."

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